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  1. Attack the Block (2011)

    A teen gang in South London defend their block from an alien invasion.

    Shaun of the Dead (2004) meets Super 8 (2011)! An absolutely FUN sci-fi action comedy.

    Props to writer/director Joe Cornish, for blurring the lines of fantasy and reality. This had great visuals and the characters felt real. Dark and vibrant at the same time. This urban sci-fi has something about it that just captures audiences…

    Potty mouth kids battle “blackest black” creatures from another planet. The effects and creatures were simple and yet decent. What drove this film was the awesome bunch of troublemakers and their leader Moses. Played by 1st timer John Boyega - who did a good job as the rough and tough teen. The banter and wit was amusing to say the least.

    And “woah!” Nick Frost slouched on the couch… once again. This time he’s a pot dealer! It doesn’t get any better than that.

    The music was a bonus. It set the pace and tone, making this a thrill ride with some kick.

    Some have dubbed this as the “British Super 8”- I say it’s something else.

    "Inner City vs. Outer Space" -> this says it all.

    Attack the Block (2011)

    A teen gang in South London defend their block from an alien invasion.

    Shaun of the Dead (2004) meets Super 8 (2011)! An absolutely FUN sci-fi action comedy.

    Props to writer/director Joe Cornish, for blurring the lines of fantasy and reality. This had great visuals and the characters felt real. Dark and vibrant at the same time. This urban sci-fi has something about it that just captures audiences…

    Potty mouth kids battle “blackest black” creatures from another planet. The effects and creatures were simple and yet decent. What drove this film was the awesome bunch of troublemakers and their leader Moses. Played by 1st timer John Boyega - who did a good job as the rough and tough teen. The banter and wit was amusing to say the least.

    And “woah!” Nick Frost slouched on the couch… once again. This time he’s a pot dealer! It doesn’t get any better than that.

    The music was a bonus. It set the pace and tone, making this a thrill ride with some kick.

    Some have dubbed this as the “British Super 8”- I say it’s something else.

    "Inner City vs. Outer Space" -> this says it all.

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